Description: Panoramic photograph of passengers, crew and train at the Double Bow Know . Photographs like these were taken for souvenirs for sightseers. Text in the lower left hand corner reads "Entering the Double Bow-Knot, halfway to the summit of Mt. Tamalpais, California above the Golden Gate on the 'crookedest railroad in the world.'"
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